Adele has left her mark on Belfast, not just through superb two sold-out concerts, but because of three heart-warming acts from the singer while in the city.
1. Adele makes seriously ill girl’s dream come true
Tracy Gibney started a campaign last year to help her seriously ill daughter Rebecca meet her idol Adele.
Rebecca is blind and suffers from cerebral palsy and epilepsy. She is bed-bound though her mum says she’s at her happiest when listening to the chart-topping singer.
When the singer learnt of Tracy’s campaign for her Rebecca, she paid a special visit to her home in the Short Strand.
I am so blessed and thankful that Adele came to my home today?❤️ pic.twitter.com/BfY2SDDVwF
— Tracy Gibney (@tracygibney) March 1, 2016
2. Adele gives seven lucky fans a surprise memento
Programmes for arena shows don’t come cheap, but at least seven of the programmes will be worth a fortune in years to come after Adele personally signed them.
The surprised fans buying the programmes opened them up to find they were the lucky owners of one of only seven programmes the singer had written a special message in.
— Rachel Moore (@ramoore13) March 1, 2016
3. Adele reaches out to long time fan
Patrick James has followed the singer since the days of MySpace but was unable to get a ticket to her Dublin show. That is until he took to Twitter to message the singer. The response he got left him in “a state close to cardiac arrest”.
@PatrickJames__ I'll sort you out my love. Can't have you missing this one x
— Adele (@Adele) March 1, 2016